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DOUGLAS, DAVID. ?-04/04/1916.  Male.
Place of Birth: Stranraer, Wigtownshire.
Place of Death: Edinburgh.
Profession: Publisher.
Appointments Held: Staff, Messrs Blackwood, Publishers, Edinburgh; 1847-77 Edmonston & Douglas, Publishers;
1877-1916, Douglas & Foulis, Publishers.
Schools and Tutors: Whithorn School, Wigtownshire.
Other Family: father-in-law of William Abbott Herdman, FRSE 1858-1924.
References: Proc Roy Soc Edinb, 37, 1916-17, 14; Who Was Who 2.
Memberships: Philosophical Institution of Edinburgh.
Date of Election: 15/01/1866.
Proposers: Alexander Campbell Fraser (Billet 2/1/1866).
Notes: Born 1823. Editor of "Proceedings of The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.".
Fellow Type: OF.

Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

 

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